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George Li (b. 1995), pianist – Second Prize (XV International Tchaikovsky Competition, 2015)

Saturday, June 04, 2016

Vanessa Benelli Mosell: [R]evolution – Karlheinz Stockhausen, Karol Beffa, Igor Stravinsky (Audio video & Download 96kHz/24bit)






















Με το [R]evolution, το τέταρτο άλμπουμ της, η Vanessa Benelli Mosell πραγματοποίησε το ντεμπούτο της στην Decca το 2015. Στο [R]evolution η 29χρονη Ιταλίδα πιανίστρια ερμηνεύει 8 Klavierstücke του πρωτοποριακού Γερμανού συνθέτη Καρλχάιντς Στοκχάουζεν, με τον οποίο συνεργάστηκε στενά στη μελέτη του έργου του, τη Σουίτα για Πιάνο ή Τσέμπαλο του Γάλλου συνθέτη και πιανίστα Καρόλ Μπεφά, καθώς επίσης και τα Τρία Κομμάτια από τον Πετρούσκα, του Ιγκόρ Στραβίνσκι, ένα από τα δυσκολότερα έργα του εικοστού αιώνα.

Γεννημένη στις 15 Νοεμβρίου του 1987 στην πόλη Πράτο στην Τοσκάνη της Ιταλίας, η Vanessa Benelli Mosell είναι ένα ανερχόμενο αστέρι στη διεθνή μουσική σκηνή. Ο διάσημος Γάλος πιανίστας Pascal Rogé, δίπλα στον οποίον έκανε την πρώτη εμφάνισή της σε ηλικία έντεκα ετών, την έχει περιγράψει ως «το πιο φυσικό μουσικό ταλέντο που έχω γνωρίσει στη ζωή μου». 

Η Vanessa Benelli Mosell έχει συνεργαστεί με διάσημους σολίστες και μαέστρους, έχει συμπράξει με σπουδαίες ορχήστρες και έχει εμφανιστεί στις μεγαλύτερες αίθουσες συναυλιών στον κόσμο.



[R]evolution celebrates the Decca debut for Italian pianist Vanessa Benelli Mosell and is a tribute to the music of the twentieth century.

This album includes 8 of the Klavierstücke by Karlheinz Stockhausen that Vanessa studied with the composer himself, together with one of the most famous masterworks of this century, Igor Stravinsky's Trois Mouvements de Petrouchka and a world premier recording of Karol Beffa's Suite pour Piano ou Clavecin.

Vanessa is a rising star on the international music scene, continuously praised for her virtuosity, technical brilliance and the sensitivity of her musical insight, which have been shaped significantly in mentorships with Karlheinz Stockhausen and Yuri Bashmet.

Source: prestoclassical.co.uk



When was the last time you heard any Stockhausen? Since his death, at the end of 2007, the German avant-gardist's star has fallen in a reverse curve to that of his French comrade, Pierre Boulez. Hardly any Stockhausen is being recorded these days, and there are few concerts where the music can be heard. So an album by a young pianist who worked with the composer in his final years is a welcome opportunity to revisit a brave old world that has virtually vanished.

And it's not hard to see why. Karlheinz Stockhausen's 8 Klavierstücke (piano pieces), written between 1952 and 1961 as the composer was making his mark, are the kind of stuff that gave the avant-garde a bad name for random plinky-plonks and unprovoked violence. Vanessa Benelli Mosell makes the eight morsels sound reasonably structured and almost musical at times, but the grim austerity of Stockhausen's sound world simply cannot be dispelled and the ear is grateful for every silence it can grab.

The album's other works are more appealing, and winningly played. Karol Beffa's 2008 suite is designed for either piano or harpsichord; having heard it played on one, I now crave the other. And Igor Stravinsky's Three Movements from Petrushka are hammered out with a reckless Russian brutalism, so much more feral than Stockhausen's car-crash. Mosell, 28, has put together a really clever programme. But all she reveals by juxtaposition is Stockhausen’s mechanical lack of a human touch.

Source: sinfinimusic.com



Vanessa Benelli Mosell: [R]evolution

Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928-2007)

♪ 8 Klavierstücke (1953-1954)

i. Klavierstück I
ii. Klavierstück II
iii. Klavierstück III
iv. Klavierstück IV
v. Klavierstück V
vi. Klavierstück VII
vii. Klavierstück VIII
viii. Klavierstück IX


Karol Beffa (b. 1973)

♪ Suite pour Piano ou Clavecin (2008)

i. La volubile
ii. La ténébreuse
iii. La déjantée


Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971)

♪ Trois Mouvements de Petrouchka (1921)

i. Danse Russe
ii. Chez Petrouchka
iii. La semaine grasse


Vanessa Benelli Mosell, piano

Decca 2015

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Vanessa Benelli Mosell (b. 1987) is a rising star on the international music scene. She is continuously praised for her virtuosity, her technical brilliance and the sensitivity of her musical insight, which have been shaped significantly in mentorships with Karlheinz Stockhausen and Yuri Bashmet. 

Benelli Mosell gave her debut appearance at eleven years old with pianist Pascal Rogé, who described her as "the most natural musical talent I have encountered in my entire life". She has since performed with orchestras such as the Münchner Symphoniker, Berliner Symphoniker, the Zurich Chamber Orchestra and Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna. She has also performed often with the Moscow Soloists, and replaced Martha Argerich in 2012. In the same year, Vanessa gave her celebrated debut at London's Wigmore Hall. Recent years have seen new encounters, including a tour to South America, concerts with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg, as well as at Hamburg's Laeiszhalle, Glinka Festival and masterclasses at the Rostov Conservatory. She also made her debut at Deutschlandsberger Klavierfrühling in Austria, and at London's Kings Place Festival. 2015 saw her touring Spain making debuts at Madrid Auditorio Nacional, Palau de la Musica in Valencia and Auditorio de Saragoza.

Vanessa Benelli Mosell is internationally renowned for her performances of Karlheinz Stockhausen's Klavierstücke. Following her recording of Klavierstücke I-IV, she was invited by the composer to study under him, as he believed that she "has the power to let people appreciate my music". Vanessa worked closely with the composer and he remains an important influence on Vanessa's music making, encouraging her passion for contemporary music and her championing of composers of today as well as the great classics. 

Vanessa Benelli Mosell began her comprehensive musical studies when she was exceptionally admitted at the International Piano Academy in Imola at seven years old, where she studied with Franco Scala. In 2007 she was invited to the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory to study with Mikhail Voskresensky. Vanessa entered the Royal College of Music in London in 2007, where she graduated in 2012 studying with Dmitri Alexeev, generously supported by the Russell Gander Award. Vanessa was awarded the Elba Festival Prize by Yuri Bashmet and more recently she won the first Award of the Festival Pietrasanta as an outstanding young talent.

She furthermore collaborates in chamber music with partners as Massimo Quarta, Daishin Kashimoto, Radovan Vlatkovich, Julian Rachlin, Boris Andrianov, Renaud and Gautier Capuçon, Linus Roth, Alain Meunier, Boris Brovtsyn, Alexander Chaushian, Henri Demarquette, Alexander Buzlov and Massimo Mercelli.

Vanessa's debut recording "Introducing Vanessa Benelli Mosell, Virtuoso Piano Music" features music by Prokofiev, Haydn, Scriabin and Liszt and received great international praise for her "extraordinary artistic talent" and "sparkling technique in demanding music" (Gramophone Magazine). Her debut recording was quickly followed up in September 2012 by her second, equally acclaimed "Liszt Recital". Vanessa Benelli Mosell is a Young Steinway Artist.













All photos are by Roberto Masotti


See also

Francesco Tristano: Piano Circle Songs – Francesco Tristano, Chilly Gonzales (Download 96kHz/24bit & 44.1kHz/16bit)

Benjamin Britten & Samuel Barber: Piano Concertos – Elizabeth Joy Roe, London Symphony Orchestra, Emil Tabakov (Audio video & Download 96kHz/24bit)

John Field: Complete Nocturnes – Elizabeth Joy Roe (Audio video)

Conrad Tao: Voyages – Meredith Monk, Sergei Rachmaninov, Maurice Ravel, Conrad Tao (Download)

Lucas Debargue plays Scarlatti, Chopin, Liszt, Ravel, Grieg & Schubert (Download)

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